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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim in West Lancashire


    How to prepare for labour and make an injury claim if something goes wrong

    Going into labour is a natural progression for many women who have decided to have children in their lifetime. It is something that millions of women all over the world will go through, many of these going through it more than once in their lifetime.

    However, just because women choose to go through this experience more than once in their lifetime doesn’t mean that it is a fun experience, or a comfortable one. Many women who are about to be first time mothers are the most worried at the thought of having to go into labour, and don’t know what to expect, or how best to get through it. Here are some ways to prepare yourself.

    • Read the books. There are thousands of books out there especially for first time mums, to help teach you what to expect and what you can do to make the process easier on yourself. You should get a good selection of these, and read them throughout your pregnancy so that when the day comes that you are ready to go into labour, you will know better what you are doing.
    • Have good birthing partners. Most hospitals will allow you to have two birthing partners, which is good because it allows you to have more support, and back up support in case one of your partners is not able to make it on the day you go into labour. Choose people that you trust and will make you feel secure.
    • Pack your bag. You may want to pack a bag for the hospital as early as 8 months pregnant so that you don’t have to worry about being surprised by an early labour, and will be ready to pick up your bag and head to the hospital as quickly as possible.

    Making an injury claim in West Lancashire

    You should be looked after properly any time that you do into hospital, either for an injury or illness, or because you are giving birth. Hospitals are full of trained doctors and nurses who can give you the best possible experience in your labour, and ensure that you don’t have to be frightened or feel too much pain.

    However, if something does go wrong and you or your child are injured, you may want to make an injury claim in West Lancashire against your doctor. Accident Advice Helpline can help you to decide whether or not you want to make an injury claim in West Lancashire, based on how likely it is that a claim will be successful. Just call the helpline at any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone to find out more about making an injury claim in West Lancashire.

    Date Published: 30th October 2014

    Author: David Brown

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